private dining


On Our Plate: 2012 James Beard Award Nominees; Private Party Planning Tips; UNICEF Tap Project; Boston Restaurant Week + Chicago Chef Reservations

Happenings on and around OpenTable…  * Congratulations to the 2012 James Beard Foundation Award nominees. Find out if your fave chef or restaurant was recognized. * Planning a private party? Manhattan event planner Maya Kalman has five tips to make it your best soiree yet. * The UNICEF Tap Project is happening now! Dine out and donate [...]

50 Best Restaurant Bars in the U.S.

Do you enjoy starting — or ending — your evening of dining out with a cocktail at a restaurant’s bar? Of course, you do — which is why OpenTable is pleased to announce the winners of our 2009 Diners’ Choice Awards for restaurants with the “Most Vibrant Bar Scenes.” Derived from nearly four million reviews [...]

Private Dining on OpenTable Now in 22 Metro Areas

OpenTable’s Private Dining pages have proven so successful that we have added eight additional metropolitan areas. You can now use Private Dining pages to help you plan your next event in Baltimore, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, New Orleans, Orlando, Phoenix, Sacramento, and San Diego. It’s not too late to find a venue that’s right for your [...]

Holiday Party Planning Tips from Michael Fazio, Concierge to the Stars

Planning any kind of event is often fraught with stress, but thanks to OpenTable’s new Private Dining pages and these exclusive tips from Michael Fazio, you can plan your next party with less stress, in less time. Fazio, whose book Concierge Confidential will be published soon by St. Martin’s Press, says, “I love-love-love the Private [...]

Private Dining on OpenTable Expands to 8 More Markets

OpenTable is pleased to announce the launch of our new Private Dining pages in eight additional markets: Atlanta, Denver, Las Vegas, Miami, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Vancouver. Diners in these metropolitan areas can now pick the perfect venue for their next private party or banquet with just a few clicks. Finding participating restaurants is easy. [...]